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See Sushi

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Handily placed by the waterside in Paddington’s trendy development, See Sushi has a clean, minimalist look with big plate-glass windows, a long counter, diner-style banquettes and bare wooden tables. The menu covers all Japanese bases from sushi and sashimi to hot appetisers (deep-fried soft-shell crab with wasabi sauce, chicken yakitori), donburi rice bowls, soup noodles, curries and teriyaki specialities – although the kitchen also adds a sprinkling of generic pan-Asian staples including sesame prawn toasts, satays, Singapore laksa and pad thai. Otherwise, good-value bento boxes are handy for a quick lunchtime fix. See’s drinks list is also well worth a look: check out the Chinese ‘Koshu’ wines from Château Lumière and the Soryu winery, as well as saké and potent Shui Jing Fang ‘baijiu’ (a vodka-like spirit).

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  1. See Sushi

    4D Praed Street, London W2 1JX
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    Mayi M.

    Lovely meal

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    • Food & Drink: 9
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 7
    • Value: 8

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  1. Published : Sunday, 26th January 2014

    The Hedonist :: See Sushi – Review

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